After salvaging a decent recruiting class in his first year in Tucson, Arizona coach Rich Rodriguez and his staff came out swinging for the 2013 class. With National Signing Day on Wednesday, it appears the Wildcats staff may have hit a home run.
Scout.com currently ranks UA's expected signing class No. 24 in the nation, up from 46th last year. How did UA come up with such a strong class and what are the highlights? For answers to those questions and more, we talked to Scout's Brandon Huffman, a national recruiting analyst and West regional manager.
FOXSportsArizona.Com: Scout currently has Arizona ranked as the No. 24 class in the nation. What's your overall take on the group expected to sign with UA?
Huffman: I really like it. One thing I like about this class is the staff did a really good job in California and a good job in-state. Its kind of the anti-Mike Stoops class, where he kept trying to get into Texas and use those ties. This staff has almost made it a point to say "No...